Labour is in full-on soul-searching mode after losing the general election.
The bookies' favourite to replace Ed Miliband as leader is former health secretary Andy Burnham.
In a speech to business leaders today, Burnham had this to say about where Labour went wrong in recent years: not praising business leaders enough.
Far too rarely over the last few years has Labour spoken up in praise of the everyday heroes of our society. The small businessman or woman; the sole trader; the innovator, the inventor, the entrepreneur. The small businesses that become big businesses.
The people with the creative spark to think of a new idea and the get-up-and-go to make it work. Who often have to fight against the odds to succeed, but put in the hours, the sweat and the hard graft to do it.
So I want this message to go out loud and clear today: in a Labour Party I lead, they will be as much our heroes as the nurse or the teacher.
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